The Alberta Biathlon Club's annual Biathlon Training Camp, will take place in Canmore from August 8 to August 13. The camp is open to male and female athletes, ages 13 to 16 who are proficient at roller skiing and are presently competing at the Senior Boys/Girls level, moving into Senior Boys/Girls next season and Youth.
Dates: Monday August 8, 12:00 - Saturday August 13, 13:00 Location: Canmore Nordic Centre, Canmore, Alberta.
Accommodations at the Alpine Club of Canada Clubhouse
In the Program: Skills evaluation, rifle fitting, prone and standing work, precision shooting, dry firing ideas, roller skiing, running, workshops and mental training. Recreational Activities: Swimming, Hiking, Climbing, campfires.
Equipment: .22 cal rifle, ammo (800 rounds), running shoes, roller skis, boots and poles, CSA approved helmet, water bottle, medication as required, sunglasses and whatever else you need to enjoy yourself during 6 days and 5 nights of training.
Cost: $495 per participant plus Zone4 online registration fee
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The Alberta Biathlon Club (ABC) is pleased to announce that it will be partnering with the Alberta Hunter Education Instructor Association (AHEIA) to offer the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) to all athletes and/or parents/guardians of athletes enrolled in a Biathlon program in Alberta.
All athletes 12 years of age or older are encouraged to acquire a Minor Firearms License or Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) to participate in the sport of Biathlon.
Who can attend: Attendees must be 12 yrs of age on the first day of the class (November 7, 2016). Parents, guardians and family members involved in Biathlon in Alberta are welcome to attend.
Location: Calgary Conservation Education Centre for Excellence, A.H.E.I.A., 911 Sylvester Crescent, SW, Calgary, AB T2W 0R8